of the Filmation writers who worked on the He-Man
and She-Ra series have since gone on to work on
many different projects. Fortunately for us they can still
recall what the shows were about.
Interview by James Eatock - September 1997
"Tom and I both thought Frosta was the hottest-looking
female in the series . . ."
Interview by Oscar Corral - 1997
"He-Man was pretty bland . . ."
Interview by various Usenet users - 1995
"This may sound awful, but I kinda liked the show .
Interview by Jacob Quisenberry - 1997
"The Sorceress was a way cool lady . . ."
Interview by Robbie Beiswenger - 1997
"When I first wrote "House of Shokoti" it
was only one part . . ."
Interview by Thomas Foss - 1999
"I was a big Lovecraft fan and wanted to do a straight
horror episode . . ."
Interview by James Eatock - January 2001
"I have a thing for talking dragons . . ."
Interview by Dave Newman - 2002
"Sure it didn't have the best animation in town . .
Interview by James Eatock - September 1998
"I developed the story of how Prince Adam became He-Man
. . ."
Interview by James Eatock - February 1998
"She-Ra required some level of writing and
character work . . ."
Interview by David Turgeon - August 1997
"I think I was still in college myself when I wrote
for it . . ."
Interview by Dave Newman - April 2003
"I kept pushing the limits of what I hoped to get away
with . . ."
Interview by James Eatock - November 1997 / May
"Yes I did animate those scenes in "Evilseed"
. . ."